Rescue Care paramedics have had a busy morning dealing with multiple accidents in and around Durban.
Just before 7am Rescue Care paramedics were called to the corner of Davenport Road and Manning Road for a collision involving two cars. On arrival paramedics found that two vehicle had collided in the junction. Fortunately no one had sustained any injuries from the accident.
Just after 7am Paramedics responded to a serious bike accident at the corner of Stanger and Argyle Road. On arrival they found that the two occupants from the bike had sustained serious injuries after colliding with a vehicle in a head on collision. Advanced Life Support intervention was needed to stabilize the injured on scene before both occupants were transported to a nearby hospital for the further care that they required.
Just after 07:30am Paramedics were called to the N2 Near Isipingo for a vehicle that rolled. On arrival Rescue Care paramedics found that one vehicle had overturned leaving one person injured. After stabilizing the injured on the scene they were transported to a Durban hospital for further care that they required.
Around 8am Rescue Care were called to a serious collision on Bluff Road near Paisley Road. On arrival paramedics found that a vehicle had collided into the rear trailer of a truck. She had suffered serious injuries and together with EMRS the patient was stabilized on scene by Advanced Life Support paramedics before being transported to a private Durban hospital. Bluff Road was closed whilst emergency personal worked to clear the scene.
At this stage it is unclear what was the cause of the above collisions however SAPS was in attendance and will be investigating further.